Dr. Kristy Davis joined the Stout School of Education at High Point University as an assistant professor of specialized curriculum and technology. She is a member of the HPU Leadership Academy’s Principal Leadership Team and served as an adjunct instructor at HPU before joining the faculty. Prior to her career in higher education, Dr. Davis served as the Executive Director of Exceptional Children for the Alamance-Burlington School System. Before her work at the district office, Dr. Davis held administrative positions with Guilford County Schools as both Principal and Assistant Principal. Additionally, she served as an Exceptional Children’s Program Coordinator and Curriculum Facilitator with Guilford County Schools. Prior to her administrative roles, Dr. Davis served as an Exceptional Children’s teacher in both Guilford and Randolph Counties.
Dr. Davis earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from High Point University. She earned both her undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education and her Masters of School Administration degree from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Expertise: preparing school leaders for advocacy roles for students with disabilities and ensuring high quality instruction for students with intellectual disabilities